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Results in 'Consensus Statements and Guidelines'

BSG-ACPGBI guidelines for the management of large non-pedunculated colorectal polyps

17 August 2021
Consensus Statements and Guidelines

These guidelines provide an evidence-based framework for the management of patients with large nonpedunculated colorectal polyps.

BSG/ACPGBI/PHE Post-polypectomy and post-colorectal cancer resection surveillance guidelines

17 August 2021
ACPGBI Publications
Good Practice
Consensus Statements and Guidelines

These guidelines have been reviewed and endorsed by BSG CSSC and ACPGBI in 2020.

Joint ACPGBI and The Duke's Club statement on colonoscopy training

17 August 2021
ACPGBI Publications
Consensus Statements and Guidelines
Presentations, Videos & Papers

A publication by the ACPGBI Colonoscopy Subcommittee

The Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain and Ireland consensus guidelines in emergency colorectal surgery

16 August 2021
Consensus Statements and Guidelines

There is a requirement for an expansive and up to date review of the management of emergency colorectal conditions seen in adults. The primary objective is to provide detailed evidence-based guidelines for the target audience of general and colorectal surgeons who are responsible for an adult population and who practise in Great Britain and Ireland.

Pruritus ani: Scenario: Management

16 August 2021
Consensus Statements and Guidelines

European Society of ColoProctology: guideline for haemorrhoidal disease

16 August 2021
Consensus Statements and Guidelines

The goal of this European Society of ColoProctology project was to establish a multidisciplinary, international guideline for haemorrhoidal disease (HD) and to provide guidance on the most effective (surgical) treatment for patients with HD.

Pilonidal sinus disease

16 August 2021
Consensus Statements and Guidelines

Pilonidal sinus disease is an inflammatory skin condition that usually occurs in the midline of the natal cleft (although there have been few reported cases involving other parts of the body, such as on the scalp, axilla, groin, and between the fingers). The term 'pilonidal' originates from the Latin words 'pilo' (hair) and 'nidus' (nest), implying a nest of hair. Pilonidal sinus may be asymptomatic, or present as an acute abscess (with or without cellulitis) or a chronic cyst and/or sinus with persistent drainage and/or extensive subcutaneous tracts.

Surgery for constipation: systematic review and practice recommendations

10 August 2021
Consensus Statements and Guidelines
Presentations, Videos & Papers

C. H. Knowles, U. Grossi, M. Chapman, J. Mason, on behalf of the NIHR CapaCiTY working group, Pelvic floor Society

Surgery for constipation: systematic review and practice recommendations Graded practice and future research recommendations

10 August 2021
Consensus Statements and Guidelines
Presentations, Videos & Papers

C. H. Knowles, U. Grossi, E. J. Horrocks, D. Pares, P. F. Vollebregt, M. Chapman, S. Brown, M. Mercer-Jones, A. B. Williams, Y. Yiannakou, R. J. Hooper, N. Stevens, J. Mason, on behalf of the NIHR CapaCiTY working group, The Pelvic floor Society and, European Society of Coloproctology

Surgery for constipation: systematic review and practice recommendations Results III: Rectal wall excisional procedures (Rectal Excision)

10 August 2021
Consensus Statements and Guidelines
Presentations, Videos & Papers

M. Mercer-Jones, U. Grossi, D. Pares, P. F. Vollebregt, J. Mason, C. H. Knowles, on behalf of the NIHR CapaCiTY working group, the Pelvic floor Society